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Old 04-25-2013, 10:11 PM   #1
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Rear emblem

The before and after check it out guys let me know what you guys think, I have only had my stang for 3 weeks and I have completely black out the entire car.

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Old 04-25-2013, 10:44 PM   #2
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The before and after check it out guys let me know what you guys think, I have only had my stang for 3 weeks and I have completely black out the entire car.
I did the exact same thing bro it looks sweet
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Haha me too
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I did the exact same thing bro it looks sweet
Yes it does bro my car all I needs now is the calipers to be black and tomorrow I'm putting in the Roush axle back

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Haha me too
Bro I love the rims on your stang tho, if you decide to black out your tail lights and head light go with the tint covers that American muscle got.
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Yes it does bro my car all I needs now is the calipers to be black and tomorrow I'm putting in the Roush axle back

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Bro I love the rims on your stang tho, if you decide to black out your tail lights and head light go with the tint covers that American muscle got.
First off, get pypes not roush. Second, my rims are stock (I know, seriously ?!) Third those covers will scratch your paint, I'm gonna get them sprayed by a guy I know, just haven't got around to it.
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First off, get pypes not roush. Second, my rims are stock (I know, seriously ?!) Third those covers will scratch your paint, I'm gonna get them sprayed by a guy I know, just haven't got around to it.
Get the tint. It's see through and on all my lights
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Get the tint. It's see through and on all my lights
I dont like tint
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The before and after check it out guys let me know what you guys think, I have only had my stang for 3 weeks and I have completely black out the entire car.
Completely black out would be like mine... No emblems...
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How did you paint your rear emblem?
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PlastiDip ..... Here we go
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Hey black. I still don't trust that stuff. I wanna go all Matte black. You used it enough? Any advice or knowledge on the subject?
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Hey black. I still don't trust that stuff. I wanna go all Matte black. You used it enough? Any advice or knowledge on the subject?
I've used it on my third brake light, all corner lights and on my emblems. It's amazing stuff and its held up for over a year now. Super easy to use and easy removal
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Over a year!? Like no peeling or anything?! I wanna plasti-dip my entire Pony in Matte... You think it'd be a good idea? What should I get, the spray paint bottles, or the paint jug and get a painter from Home Depot? Just curious for your opinion?
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Over a year!? Like no peeling or anything?! I wanna plasti-dip my entire Pony in Matte... You think it'd be a good idea? What should I get, the spray paint bottles, or the paint jug and get a painter from Home Depot? Just curious for your opinion?
Buy the car kit from dip your car website but my buddy did his whoke car with 20 cans of it

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Buy the car kit from dip your car website but my buddy did his whoke car with 20 cans of it
Cans woukd be cheaper
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It'd be cheaper, or look better with the cans?!!!
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It'd be cheaper, or look better with the cans?!!!
I meant cheaper as in price. The finish product is the same color and end product.
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looks great, i would definitly stay with the black.
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It'd be cheaper, or look better with the cans?!!!
The dip kit is 400. 20 cans is like 150-175 depending how expensive it is in your area. I can get it locally for $7 a can
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Good info. I'm buying online because of my location. Doing a thorough job, how many cans will I have to buy!?
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Good info. I'm buying online because of my location. Doing a thorough job, how many cans will I have to buy!?
For a good 4-5 coats on each section I would say 30-35 cans. Which is still cheaper than that kit. I would also recomend buying that attachment that makes a can into a spray gun.

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For a good 4-5 coats on each section I would say 30-35 cans. Which is still cheaper than that kit. I would also recomend buying that attachment that makes a can into a spray gun.
My friend used 23 cans exactly but he did a neon which is smaller than a mustang
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I would buy the kit. Or buy just a gallon of it from dip your car.com and buy your our spray gun from homedepot/lowes. You will get a better more ever coating with the spray gun. It's possible with cans but it will take forever and I don't think the end result would look as good as if you used the spray gun.
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I would buy the kit. Or buy just a gallon of it from dip your car.com and buy your our spray gun from homedepot/lowes. You will get a better more ever coating with the spray gun. It's possible with cans but it will take forever and I don't think the end result would look as good as if you used the spray gun.
I woukd have to agree with you but to a certain extent. My buddy did it with cans and damn did it look sick all flat black
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looks great, post up more pics of your blacked out car!!
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The before and after check it out guys let me know what you guys think, I have only had my stang for 3 weeks and I have completely black out the entire car.
What method did you use to remove the Plasti from the tribar/horse?
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looks great, post up more pics of your blacked out car!!
There are some more pics on my profile album, I will be posting more on Monday once my Roush axle back is install.
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What method did you use to remove the Plasti from the tribar/horse?
I put tape all over the fox cap and cut out the whole circle where the tri bar pony is. Just dipped the silver part where it says ford
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What method did you use to remove the Plasti from the tribar/horse?
It's very simple, first mask the entire emblem give it about 5 to 6 coats after is all dry make sure the tape of the masking is not touching the plasti dip on the emblem and if it is use a blade and cut around it carefully after that use the blade and cut the edges in the emblem is hard to explain by edge I mean the black circle after the chrome part, after that simply pill it of.
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